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SPOKESPERSON for the Penco Land Association Rana Persad is saying that the body initially agreed to allow Trinidad and Tobago women’s footballer Ahkeela Mollon to use the Penco Gardens Ground in Longdenville, but the national player breached all protocol in using the field.

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THE M12 Football Revolution Camp Week, which was due to take place this week at Penco Gardens, Longdenville (catering for children between the ages of three and 14), was forced to relocate to the Edinburgh 500 Recreation Ground in Chaguanas due to opposition from the community.

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Trinidad and Tobago's Crown Trace FC made a positive start to their second consecutive trip to the Disney International Soccer Cup in Orlando Florida when their under-17 squad registered a draw and a win in their first two matches.

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Trinidad and Tobago's Junior Mafia contingent, from left, Derrick Balthazar, Kerry Joseph, Noel Williams, Jerwyn Balthazar, Kwesi Petersen, Keston Balthazar and Cyrano Glen.

Trinidad and Tobago's Junior Mafia booked their passage to the quarterfinal round of the 2016 Guinness Street Football Challenge Grand Caribbean Finals when they defeated Fantastic of St Lucia 1-0, in their final Group A fixture at Reduit Beach, Rodney Bay, In St Lucia, yesterday.

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Trinidad and Tobago's Crown Trace FC were handed a tough semi-final draw after closing off their round robin campaign in the under-17 division of the 2016 Disney Cup with a 7-2 whipping of Association of Christian Youths (ACYS) Spirit United at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida, USA, on Friday.

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